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in the obama id administration's handling of foreign policy. >> clearly we have handled all of our foreign policy problems. >> without some detail on detainee's and over a fair judges,f lower court's the supreme court has showed no willingness to way back into that, and the only case, as you mentioned, has the clapper case, which involves a question about whether particular individuals have standing to challenge procedures mandated by the fisa amendment. it is an interesting case, but not a big ticket case. i suppose one could infer from the fact that the court has not waded into the cases that the supreme court is generally comfortable with the way the d.c. circuit has handled those issues. again, that is an inference from silence because we do not have any indication of whether the supreme court is, in fact, comfortable. >> how about a hand for our panel. [laughter] [applause] please stay in your seats for the simon lecture. >> now, we will continue the discussion on the supreme court with former solicitor general and lead attorney argument against the health care law, paul clement. he o
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